Overnight Accommodations

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    Nights  1-3

    Hotel Monteleone

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    Called the “Grande Dame of the French Quarter” by many, the Hotel Monteleone is one of last great family-owned hotels in New Orleans, with four generations of the Monteleone family dedicated to making their hotel a sparkling jewel in the French Quarter since 1886. It’s appeared in many movies, such as Double Jeopardy, Glory Road and The Last Time, and has been featured in TV shows including the Travel Channel’s Best Places to Pop the Question and Taste of America – with Mark De Carlo. Guest rooms create a warm welcome and offer an in-room safe, refreshment center, large flat-screen HD TV, hair dryer and plush robes in the marble-and-granite bathroom, and iron & ironing board. Enjoy great views of the New Orleans skyline while taking a dip in the heated rooftop swimming pool, work out the kinks in the state-of-the-art fitness room, soak up some pampering at the full-service day spa or take a stroll through the French Quarter, which is right outside your door, during leisure time. The revolving Carousel Bar is a part of New Orleans history and has been immortalized in the writings of Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and other authors – what a memorable place to begin or end your evening!

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    Nights  4-5

    Nottoway Plantation & Resort

    White Castle, Louisiana

    Once a magnificent 1850's sugarcane estate, Nottoway Plantation & Resort is home to the South's largest existing antebellum mansion, stunningly restored to her days of glory and now a AAA Four-Diamond property and a member of Historic Hotels of America. Located between Baton Rouge and New Orleans in White Castle, Louisiana, this enormous mansion, with its massive white columns and grand balconies, stands guard over the Mississippi River and its famed River Road, with its spectacular three-story Rotunda overlooking oak-draped lawns on its north side. Along with daily guided mansion tours of the property, the resort offers overnight guests luxurious guest rooms, fabulous dining, gracious southern hospitality and impeccable service. Ranging from beautifully renovated historic mansion rooms to deluxe hotel rooms converted from former cottages and other structures, guest rooms feature modern amenities and conveniences including plush, welcoming beds; private deluxe baths; flat-screen TV and cable; coffee-maker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Nottoway's Mansion Restaurant features classic Louisiana cuisine, Creole-inspired, served in a restored turn-of-the-century dining room with stunning views of century-old oak trees, and outdoor dining offering sweeping views of Nottoway's beautiful grounds.

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    Nights  6-7

    The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    As you enjoy the peace of the courtyard at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, with its gazebo, elegant fountain and lush plantings, it might be hard to remember that you’re in the heart of the city at the edge of the French Quarter. Indoors, everywhere you look are furnishings and art reflecting the grace of the Garden District’s antebellum mansions. You may find this especially true in your spacious guest room that surrounds you with luxurious touches like 100% cotton, 400 threat-count sheets, feather beds and duvet covers, an Italian marble bathroom with plush robes and generously sized towels, and fully stocked minibar. If you're in the mood for relaxation, the 25,000-square-foot destination spa – The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans – has 22 treatment rooms... and the Fitness Center has cardiovascular and strength training equipment if you’re feeling energetic. Enjoy a classic New Orleans cocktail, like the Sazerac, at the Davenport Lounge. The M Bistro uses an indigenous approach to its menu featuring the finest meats, seafood and produce from farmers in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama to provide food fresh from the farm to the table.

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    (subject to availability)

    Many Tauck travelers prefer arriving at their destination a day before their Tauck journey begins, or often extend a stay at the end of their trip. As a service, Tauck will make hotel reservations before and after your journey.

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    Arrive Early

    Hotel Monteleone - New Orleans, Louisiana

    Called the “Grande Dame of the French Quarter” by many, the Hotel Monteleone is one of last great family-owned hotels in New Orleans, with four generations of the Monteleone family dedicated to making their hotel a sparkling jewel in the French Quarter since 1886. It’s appeared in many movies, such as Double Jeopardy, Glory Road and The Last Time, and has been featured in TV shows including the Travel Channel’s Best Places to Pop the Question and Taste of America – with Mark De Carlo. Guest rooms create a warm welcome and offer an in-room safe, refreshment center, large flat-screen HD TV, hair dryer and plush robes in the marble-and-granite bathroom, and iron & ironing board. Enjoy great views of the New Orleans skyline while taking a dip in the heated rooftop swimming pool, work out the kinks in the state-of-the-art fitness room, soak up some pampering at the full-service day spa or take a stroll through the French Quarter, which is right outside your door, during leisure time. The revolving Carousel Bar is a part of New Orleans history and has been immortalized in the writings of Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and other authors – what a memorable place to begin or end your evening!


    2017 Tauck Room RatesDoubleSingleTriple
    March 19 - October 17 $360 $323 $430

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    Stay Later

    The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans - New Orleans, Louisiana

    As you enjoy the peace of the courtyard at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, with its gazebo, elegant fountain and lush plantings, it might be hard to remember that you’re in the heart of the city at the edge of the French Quarter. Indoors, everywhere you look are furnishings and art reflecting the grace of the Garden District’s antebellum mansions. You may find this especially true in your spacious guest room that surrounds you with luxurious touches like 100% cotton, 400 threat-count sheets, feather beds and duvet covers, an Italian marble bathroom with plush robes and generously sized towels, and fully stocked minibar. If you're in the mood for relaxation, the 25,000-square-foot destination spa – The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans – has 22 treatment rooms... and the Fitness Center has cardiovascular and strength training equipment if you’re feeling energetic. Enjoy a classic New Orleans cocktail, like the Sazerac, at the Davenport Lounge. The M Bistro uses an indigenous approach to its menu featuring the finest meats, seafood and produce from farmers in Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama to provide food fresh from the farm to the table.


    2017 Tauck Room RatesDoubleSingleTriple
    March 27 - April 15 $364 $321 $407
    April 16 - April 19 $507 $464 $550
    April 20 - May 6 $364 $321 $407
    May 7 - May 10 $507 $464 $550
    May 11 - September 23 $364 $321 $407
    September 24 - September 27 $507 $464 $550
    September 28 - October 26 $364 $321 $407

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